Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has been linked with a summer switch to Chelsea if the club sacks Maurizio Sarri at the end of the season after a difficult first season in charge that has seen fans chanting for the Italian to be sacked.
Wolves legend Steve Bull thinks Santo will be silly to quit Wolves for Chelsea at the end of the season.
Bull told The Mirror: “If I was him, I wouldn’t leave. I wouldn’t be silly enough to even think about it.
“Wolves are a very big club and they are going places. Anybody above in the top five or four aren’t necessarily bigger than Wolves. Why? Because Wolves are going to be there one day. Nuno may as well build a legacy.
“He has the fans behind him and is doing it in all the right ways.”
Meanwhile, Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo recently responded to rumours linking him with the Chelsea job.
When questioned on links with a move to Chelsea, Santo said: “No comments, it doesn’t mean anything. Nothing, I am here speaking with you.”
Asked if he is happy at Molineux, he said: “I consider myself a happy person, yes.
“Yes, with the problems and difficulties that are involved but at the same time, it is a moment of joy, especially total dedication to what I must do and what we must do to keep on becoming better and growing. Focused.”